Ultimo Dragon closes the door to a return to WWE



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Ultimo Dragon closes the door to a return to WWE

A new era has begun for WWE after Vince McMahon's resounding retirement as Chairman and any other type of office. The latter has decided to step aside, complicit with the advancing age and the heavy accusations that have come down on him in recent times, with the sensational extramarital affairs that have emerged in the last period.

His right-hand man John Laurinaitis - former head of talent relations - has also been banned from the Stamford federation. Vince's place was taken by his daughter Stephanie and Nick Khan as CEO, while Triple H became the new head of the creative team.

Since The Game has taken on this role, there is a very different air backstage. The 14-time world champion transferred some of NXT's talent to the main roster, as well as favoring the return to the company of several stars who had been released.

In recent weeks, in fact, we have seen numerous former athletes return to the WWE rings, such as Bray Wyatt, Braun Strowman, the Good Brothers and many others, even former NXT athletes fired in the last two years.

Ultimo Dragon closes the door to a return to WWE

In his latest interview with Sports Illustrated, with Justin Barrasso, the legendary Asian athlete, who became famous all over the world for his style and above all for his mask, Ultimo Dragon, he wanted to answer the fateful question: "Why don't you come back in WWE to fight? " with the legendary athlete's response which was: "A lot of people tell me I should go back now that Triple H is in charge, but for me, it was an honor to work under McMahon.

Even though it was difficult and didn't give me many opportunities, I learned a lot backstage about the business. And then I'm too old for WWE now." The historic fighter who became famous already at the time of the WCW in the late 90s, has in fact turned 55, with the WWE Superstars who are decidedly younger, even if various athletes still have worked beyond that threshold for quite some time, such as Bill Goldberg or Sting.